French metalworker

I'm mad about the fine art of working on these cutlery!!
Check out the perfect job on his site:
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I collect cutlery pieces with fine art on it, so if you know where I
can find some, please mail me
Thanks in advance
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Unfortunately, they don't offer any Iced Tea spoons.
A cutlery set without Iced Tea spoons simply WON'T DO!
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You a Texan?
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On Tue, 05 Dec 2006 15:53:11 -0500, with neither quill nor qualm, quickly quoth:
Must be. If he'd been Kaintuckian, he'da said "Mint julep spoon".
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Larry Jaques
Who needs a spoon, I thought a funnel was the first choice. Gerry :-)} London, Canada
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Gerald Miller
Here in California, it would be a Coke spoon.
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Stupendous Man
I don't think he meant Long Island Ice Tea. I think he meant southern ice tea. Sweetened of course, with lemon. Though there's nothing wrong with a Long Island Ice Tea in the right circumstances. Karl
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